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WATERBTJtlY EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1900.
8 m DON'T "Want to'see Jielvinley or Bryan elect ed president' of ' our United States. We've got a perfect fit for the presi dential chair right here in our own town; judging from the way he is try ing to follow up cur former selectmen. Well, heViJat yu can cal1 tbe ieal Lillpy of our'valley. Sow If he could be elected our next president he might get his weather eye after the "trusts" and might "be able to scare THEM. However? his first attempt at- scare doesn't . seem to take much effect in Waterbury; maybe there is too much brass in this neighborhood. Of course if we land him in the coveted chair he must talk facts and not insinuate, be cause insinuations don't come from great mea. ' We want facts, and if you take nofloeP we generally give facts. When weis'iiy we lead in selling good, clean, nice 'tasting TEA or COFFEE, It's afaeH.'- something we can prove. All we ask is that you give us a trial and learn the facts. Say. the real facts of our nice sweet BUTTER will be found by eating it. Try some of our 246 or 2t!e BI'TTER at your earli- est convenience, from . :U : . STORE fl Ercaflsay, Tel Call 169-2 Two Ways 'e, Quart Galvan To Chop. ized Pails 18 c. One's the old-fashioned, slow, unsatisfactory way with chop ping knife and tray the other's the up-to-date, easy, labor sav ing,, food saving way with the "Enterprise Food Chopper" It chops all kinds of meat, raw or cooked, and all kinds of fruits and vegetables, into. clean cut, uniform pieces, fine or coarse, without mashing, and with great ranidity. P - Unlike other choppers, it has four cutters, including nut but ter cutter a steel ring takes up the wear a flanged screw . maes it juice tight. . , ee them in our south win dow," priced $1.25. P. J. BOLAN, , , 90-93 Bank Street. r"The Shop" ir&-4r&J4r- Wall Papers Nothing makes a room more attractive than hav ing it tastefully papered and painted. Call and ,see . our endless variety of choice designs and colors. Estimates fur bished. No trouble to show goods. i- Lapalme-Hoffman Co 158-160 GRAND STREETr Isn't It Sweet! The delicate, refined scent we con stantrj- strive to secure in our per fumed J has given us a lasting reputation- with refined people. The true fragrance of the blossoms from which the extracts are made is so plainly distinguishable as to be delightful to the discriminating buyer. NUGENT S PHARMACY Cor Scovlll and South Main Streets. Castle's ir I . ; , "... Specfels. Steak .. 14c lb 12c lb 12c lb 10c lb 14c lb Dressed Chickens rk .. . . . . . 2slb CITY NEWS. ' ? . -, - ' . St Cecilia's ' fair begins October 20. : Auction at W. G. Austin's livery stable next Saturday afternoon. ' i A son was born last evening to Mr and Mrs William Skahan of 38 Fuller street. - - ' ... . . The board of finance met last night and approved the payrolls for the first half of October. Mrs Patrick Winters of Torrington is visiting her sisters, the Misses Wal lace of Wolcott street. A very handsome picture of Miss Lilla Loughlin, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Loughlin of Orange court, is on exhibition in Cottle" show, win dow on Bank street. Chickens, 12c a pound; fresh pork, 10c a pound; at Castle's market to night. Look over his list for to-night. To-morrow will be a banner day for housewives at this market. T. L. Sanford, the well known gro cer, has made an assignment to Attor ney F. P. Brett. Mr Sanford has plans perfected to engage in the orange business at Melrose, Fla. About forty couples enjoyed a clam bake at Forest park last night. Harry rhirant was master of ceremonies and he filled the bill in a very creditable manner. The program included danc ing, singing and a cake walk. The Brooklyn Wheel club will give its third annual sociable at Speed well hall next Wednesday evening. Excellent music has been engaged for. the occasion, a full program arranged and the committee promise all who attend a good time. Deputy Grand Master Frank W. Wheeler of New Haven attended the meeting of Harmony lodge, F. and A. M., last night, and delivered an inter esting address. The members and in vited guests in attendance numbered over 300. The ladies of the Eastern Star society furnished refreshments. The funeral of Mrs Mary Ryan took place this morning from her late home on East Main street, with a mass of requiem at the Sacred Heart church by the Rev Father Bray, and inter ment in Calvary cemetery. The bear ers were William M. Ghent, Thomas C. Driscoll, William S. McDonald, Thom as J. Lyman, Joseph J. Egan and James J. Downey. The board of selectmen met last night and opened proposals for the con struction of macadam roads as follows: Edward MeManus, .$(5,015.75: Frank H. Fagan, Derby. $4,(583, if trap rock be used, and $4,348.50 for native rock. Fagan's bid was approved, but the contract will not be awarded until the selectmen have a talk with Highway Commissioner MacDonald on the mat ter. At a meeting of the Lincoln School Literary and Improvement club' yes terday afternoon, the question as to what part did the missionaries play in causing the war in China was dis cussed and a decision rendered to the effect that the missionaries, were in no way responsible for the row. John Glynn and Irene Brewer argued for the affirmative and Harry Morris and Clara Reed spoke for the negative. The officers and members of the Friendly league listened to an interest ing and instructive talk last night on cooking by Miss Rose K. Butler, in structor of domestic cooking at the institution. Miss Butler gave her au dience a practical demonstration of her knowledge of the art of cooking on a stove furnished for the occasion by the United Gas Improvement Co. The cooking classes are well attended and as proof of this it is stated at present there are but two vacancies in the evening classes. Applicants are assigned to places in the order of ap plication. The St Thomas Cadets' drum corps will entertain their friends in Leavenworth hall to-night, the oc casion being the association's second annual concert and reception. The committees are made up as follows: Floor committee, grand conductor, Joseph Kelly, assisted by P. J. Reilly, William Collins, M. J. Keating, Ed ward Madden, T. J. Courtney, ,T. J. Mitchell; reception committee, P. J. Clark, J. P. Malone, W. M. Finnan, P. O'Brien. J. R. Temple. M. McKenna, D. J. Kelly, A. R. Stein, J. J. Cunning ham, A. F. Richenstein, M. J. Cavan augh, M. P. Doyle, J. J. Lynch, M. C. Clark. Michael B. Donovan, aged 51 years, died this morning at 10 o'clock at his home, 850 Baldwin street, after an illness of about two weeks with stom ach trouble. He leaves a widow and four children, Timothy F., John J., William and Miss Lena Donovan. Mr Donovan had resided here for over twenty years and was an honest, in dustrious citizen, who spent all his leisure time in the companionship of nis wire ana cnlldren and aiea w the assurance that his family was well provided for. He was a member of St Patrick's parish up to the time it was divided and since tl:en he has been a constant attendant at the ser vices held in the church of St Fran cis Xavier. where he was associated with the Holy Name society of that parish. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon. - Barcelona and Hendricken councils. IC.of C, will give an entertainment in City hall this evening when the fol lowing program will be rendered, after which there will be dancing: Orches tra, selection; Dixon, song; Ella Mc- Carty. piano solo; Ed Maloney,- recita tion: James Coughlin, sand dance: T. Collins, song: the two midgets, three rounds. The affair will be under the management of the following commit tees: . Arrangement. A. P.' Convard, chairman: J. S. Wois'ey. secretary; P. W. Halpin, treasurer: John C. Thomp son. T. S. Coll'ns Henry Hayden. Thomas F. McCann, John McAvov floor, grand eondrctov, A. P. Convard, assisted by John J. McCarty. T. F. Mc- Larney. M. D Thoma F. Casey. Thomas F. Harirm. -Teh" W. B'n-k. John Mf'ATT ,Th- I Cl'.-vf-s; re ception. P'W. "-ilp:r Dr T. F. Hayes Thomas Kane. Peter Borst. Peter Bau- by. Walter Wall. J. J. Lyons, John's. Neagle. Thomas F. McCann, J. C. All- man. M. Kel'ey. V. J. Sullivan, W. V Thompson. X. J. ' -Fitzgerald, Joseph Devereaux. J. A. Garde of this city has present a handsome Bible to -Garde lodge,' No 8, A. O. H., of Torrington.g. lodge named for Mr Garde. . W. W.; Jones, wbe conducted a she store for several years In the Brooklyn district, but moved recently to Center street, has made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors. He expects to start again after a short time. . ' ; MlcSiael SuiMaa of 168 Mill street, at one time an Employe of McCarthy & Moore, South Main street, mineral water dealers and. now agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co,, will give up the insurance business to-morrow to accept a more lucrative posi tion with the Burbank. Manufacturing Co of New York, as agent for their shoe dressing goods. .Mr Sullivan will sommence operations in Waterbury. and after touring all the towns in the Naugatuck valley he will leave for other fields. He has been very suc cessful at the Insurance business and as 'he' is;.a youijg man of good habits there is iio reason why the new ven ture should tlot pan out all right. There-feeing but one case to be heard in the cit$ court to-day, and other busi ness .pressing. Judge Burpee deter minetf'not to hold court, so the room was given over to the board of registra tion. In the case referred to Cleophas Trudeau, a barber, was the defend ant. Trudeau lives on. Town Plot and was charged with assault on his wife and children and non-support.' Attor ney P. L. Wood appeared for the prose cutioH Tnd Judge Lane for. the de fense.? 'It was claimed that for many years Trudeau and his family have not agreed and that he has frequently beaten and kicked his wife. Yester day he--drove her out of the . house after treatins; her in a terrible man ner? knoektugj her face against the kfftflien stove.ykicking and striking her. He also struck one of his boys. The defense claims that a difference in religion is the cause of the trouble. 1v istkiut t p watebbuhy. ss. Probate t Court.) Wet. Wth. 1900. Estate of T. L. Sanford of Waterburv. in said district, Rssieniner debtor. The voluntary assignment of the said debtor having been lodged in this office for record and tne proD.ite thereof, ana F. P. Brett, of Waterbury. l-einsr in said assignment nomin ated as trust' ; for said Estate therefore Ordered, at the 23 day of Oct.- 1900, at 9 o'clock forei. on, be. and the same is. hereby ussiKneu. ior a nearing on tne approval or saia proposed trustee, and that all persons inter ested therein may have notice to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, this Court directs that-this order be published two times in a newspaper having a circulation in said Probate, before said time assigned for said hearing. By Order of the Court James J. Cassin Clerk. DISTRICT OF WATERBURY, SS. PRO bate Court. Oct. 18th, 1900. Estate of Robert S. Carnes. late of Wat erbury, in said District, deceased. L pon the application of T. F. Carmody pniying that letters of administration may be granted on said estate and that an instrument in writiDg purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, may be proved.ap proved. allowed and admitted to probate as per uiipiicutiuu uu me more luuy appears, it is Ordered that said application be henrd and determined at the Probate Office in Waterbury iu hum uisLrji-L uu tne Attn uay or uct A. L. 1900, at 9 o clock in the forenoon and that no tice be given of the pendency of said appli cation and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same one time in some newspaper having a circulation in said district -, By Order of Court. Jnmes J. Cassin Clerk of Probate. Waterkry's Popular Store. THROW AWAY THE OLD CARPET, If it has already outlived its days of usefulness. Whv wait any longer to buy a new one when you can choose from reli able makes here at these prices. Ingrains. 35c to 69c a yard. Brussels, 55c to SI. 25 a yard. Velvets, 85c to $1.25 a yard. Everything in Furniture. You can find exactly what you are looking for, here and at much lower prices than other stores ask. We are satisued ,witu sman pronts as you will agree when you see these values. K:. Yhite Enamel Bedsteads. From $4 to SI2.50 Bedroom - Suits, three pieces, $15 $17.75. $21 $23.50, i$26.75 and upwards. Dining Tables from $4.50 up wards. Parlor Rockers, $2.75 to $15. THE L. F. HAASE .() . jt The ntire Building. Six floors. 27-29 CENTER ST. Waltiihs Shoes Should be and are a little stouter at this season. We are showing a fine line at . LADIES' FALL, FOOTWEAR. Every shoe' 'In the-lot is built on graceful lines. Their stoutness will make rubbers unnecessary in wet weather. Eoualy good for work or d-css oeef!slrw '"ai1.:ot be surpassed for perfection of fit or finish. ffj ry variety of shoe i3 here. Little price buys much goodness. x E. j; FINN ir Exchange Place FOR THE CHILDREN WE HAVE A DEPARTMENT EXCLUSIVELY DEVOTED TO THEIR . . . HAT WEAR . . and It Is replete with the latest and most up-to-date MILLINERY Trimmed Hats, from 99c up, to make selections easy and satisfac- ' tory. " . ' I. CHASE, EXCHANGE PLACE. CrD:DHSOOOOaWKXKKmOCKKKKCH30 TbBMiller&PeckCo adoa o ooaoo Headquarters For E 'J t X Infants Outfits. 1- l AT 17c Infants' long Cambric Slips, were 25c. AT 25c Infants' long Dresses, iaam- burg yoke, were 35c. AT 39c Infants' Dresses, with fancy yoke, were 50c. AT 15c Infants' Flannel Pinners, were 25c. AT 25c Infants' Long Flannel Skirts, were 39c. AT 49c Infants' All Wool Flannel Skirts, were G9c. AT 59c Infants' Flannel Sacques, embroidered edges, were 75c. INFANTS' DRESSES, up to ?o. INFANTS' SACQUES, up to $2. INFANTS' BONNETS, up to $3. FUR SCARFS. AT 98c Electric Seal Scarfs, 4 tails, value $1.50. AT $1.75 French Opossum Scarfs, in natural and black, value $2.50. AT $3.49 French Marten Scarfs, 6 tails, value $5. AT $6.98 Fine French Marten Scarfs, electric seal yoke, value $10. AT $4.98 Electric Seal Collarettes, with tabs and 6 tails, value $7. TheMiller&PeckCo A. MAILHIO T, 153 S. MAIN ST. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN ..Fall Shin Waist AT 49c EACH. Polka Dot Twill Outing and Fleeced Lined, Blue, Black, 1'ink and lied French Back and lined yoke, full val ue for GUc. At 09c and 89c Each. Fine French Flannel Imitation Out ing Lined Throughout, in all colors and sizes. Try our 50c "Nursing Corset." It is as good as what you pay 75e for some where else. f'Z "W' rL' ill i Kelly's Rooster Says , If Bryan is Elected president your sugar will cost you double the price, you are paying now, and he gives the following rea sons for saying so: , ... In 189.8 we consumed '4.474.150.560 pounds of sugar. We only raised 804, 031680 pounds.. This compelled us to go into foreign countries and purchase 3.070.11 !S.880pounds of sugar that we paid for with gold dollars. Nothing else would be accepted. We all know that one gold dollar is. equal to two silver dollars of the brand of William J. Bryan. If this reasoning is not sound, will some democrat let me know and I will sell milk for 5 cents a quart all winter. 8 Jtr i? 1 ' CONLON BROS. NEW SHOPPING MART. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY As usual being Bargain Days on Ready -To Wear Garments. the following items taken at random will illustrate some of the many, bargains offered. REEFERS. Children's All Wool Reefers with sailor collars and braid trim'd, value $2.50 apiece, special $1.50 Children's fine Reefers, applique trimmed, with sailor collars, value $3.50, special ' $2.50 Misses and Children's Box Coats In fine all wool kersey cloth, value $6, $4.50 CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' SUITS. Children's and Misses' Plaid Suits $1.25 Children's fine Henrietta cloth Suits, braid trimmed, value $3, special $2.25 LADIES' JACKETS. Ladies' tan and black Kersey cloth Jackets, value $6, special $3.98 Ladies' tan and black all wool Kersey cloth Jackets, value $7.50, special $5.00 Ladies' very fine Kersey cloth Jackets in all colors, cheap at $10, special $7.50 Ladies' -extra fine Kersey cloth Jackets, finest material and workmanship, real value $16.50, special ' $10,50 Novelties in fur lined Jackets from $13.00 to $20.00 Ladies' fine Kersey cloth in tan Box Coats, cheap at $20, spe cial $13.50 FUR COATS. Ladies' Electric Seal Fur Jack ets, cheap at $29, special $19.50 Extra line Ladies' Electric Seal Fur Jackets, cheap at $39, spe cial $25.00 Ladies' real Seal Fur Jackets, Loudon dye, real value $50, special $35.00 LADIES' SUITS. Ladies' fine Homespun Suits, special $4.98 Ladies' all wool Homespun and Serge Suits, real value $12.50, special $8.50 Ladies' fine all wool Venetian and . Broadcloth Suits, finely tail ored, value $18, special $12.50 Ladies' fine all wool Pebble Cheviot cloth Suits, real value $20, Friday and Saturday $14.50 LADIES' SEPARATE SKIRTS. Ladies' heavy double faced Walk ing Skirts, cheap at $4. .special $2.98 Ladies' very fine Walking or Rainy . Day Skirts, several shades, special k $3.50 $4.50 75c Ladies' fine all wool Walking Skirts, special LADIES' VJAISTS. , Ladies' French Flannel effect Waists, special Ladies' all wool Flannel Waists, lined throughout, fancy strapped and buttoned, special $1.49 Ladies' all wool French Flannel Waists, finely tnilored, special $1.75 Ladies' fine - Henrietta cloth Waists, finely tailored, -cheap at $3, special $1.98 LADIES' WRAPPERS AND TEA GOWNS. Ladies' handsome braid trimmed and fitted linings, percale Wrap pers, value $1, special Ladies' h.andsome Flannelette Wrappers, braid trimmed, fit ted linings, with and without flounces, several styles, choice Ladles' . handsome Cashmere Flannelette Tea Gowns, braid and bertha ruffle trimmed, real value $1.75, Friday and Satur 75c 98c day " "Ladies' Cashmere Tea Gowns, finely tailored and velvet rib bon trimmed, cheap for $3, spe cial ; $1.25 $1.98 OPTICAL DEPARTMENT. Glasses ground and adjusted to cor rect all defects in vision. , EYES EXAMINED FREE. CONLON BROS. NEW SHOPPING MART.. 142-144-14e-148 SOUTH MAIN 8T- - Opposite Scot ill Street. Oppoatc Witerbuvr National Bank ; . : : uWiiitvtmi' From Street Ask For i The Shirts, the Ties, the Gloves, and of course the best ; clothing that properly go with ' such good headwear is here -everything boys wear is here. JONES, MOEGrAN & CO. All Wool VELVET COLLAR, VELVET PIPED CUFFS, COLOR OXFORD GRAY. JONES, MORGAN & 00. A Pleasing THE UPSON 68 BANK Undertakers Rubber Tire Hacks. Office and Snow Roams, , Cor South Main and Scovill . St BEM Are You. Going To Buy a New Range ? If so It will pay you to look at our v STAMFORD Do you' want a STEAM - BOILER, HOT WATER HEATElt? if so.1b. Quire about the Winchester. P, H, G ARR1TY, - 221 BANK STREET. - Telephone; 1084' , - ' I i - - . ' - i t a ; 11 1 ' : t to Street) 92-9STsaMi?it st In theline of Boys, Head wear and we will supply that want Soft Hats in four of the best shapes known .for boys' in colors of Maple, ' Condor, Steel, Mouse, Navy Blue and Black,' gi.oo and i.50. - - ; - : - - -Think of anything " good -and handsome in children's toques and you'll .find it in. our Boys' Hat Department, from 25c to 98c.' -.OtXJ.". The best reefer values arJ the largest assortment is h for you choosing. When we say best value? it means better values than any other house can offer you, and when we say larg est ' assortment we mean more different styles to show you than any other house- can show. WVre ready to prove it, Reflection Is a pretty thought. To see prettines not in thought, but in reality, ius glance at our Jewelry Novelties Fresh as morning air, varied as t'-J notes of the birds, comprehensive i an unabridged dictionary and tempting as a promised pleasure. We cover the field as completely a.- tlle grass does a meadow, and the beau-1 ty of the goods extends to the prices. 18 k Wedding Ring. JEWELRY CO., STREET. "Coming from the Shop to-night one of the fellows said 'If you don't find what vou want at ' Blanks try Dodo's, Go there once arid you will never go anywnere Anything else' So here I am. Do , well by me and I'll stick by vou as the) others seem to - I In Wednesday night's rush a gentle man buying a $3.50 Kid Lined Thre Soled Black Vici gave these words 01 cheer. . -' '- - , -irti ohanirM! In the shoe world itxiu U1C v. 1 1 o ,,,,, incident to that great rule, "The sur vival of the fittest" remember Dodge if your shoe man goes out of ityFoi' l eleven years jjoage u , magnet attracting and ever increas-.. ing as a snow ball. Shoe King1 DODGE